Since Jan. 20, Trump’s administration has enthusiastically and systematically undone or uprooted rules, policies and tools that predated his time in office. Below, a list of those changes, roughly organized by subject area.
President Trump continues his pattern of interfering with his own self-interests.
The Congressional Budget office (CBO) has analyzed to Republican's American Health Care Act H.R. 1628. The entire report is available on the Resources page at BlindDive.com. The bill is not likely to survive its trip through the Senate as written, so an in-depth analysis would be premature.
Carrier's parent company United Technologies, immediately announced (to zero fanfare or media attention) that the deal would allow them to invest 16 million to increase its factory automation.
One of the Trump administration’s first decisions about the fight against the Islamic State was made by Michael Flynn weeks before he was fired – and it conformed to the wishes of Turkey, whose interests, unbeknownst to anyone in Washington, he’d been paid more than $500,000 to represent.
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